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Music PopWrapped | Music

Frenchy B Presents The Video For Debut Single "Homies"

Rebecca Haslam | PopWrapped Author

Rebecca Haslam

10/10/2016 1:53 pm
PopWrapped | Music
Frenchy B Presents The Video For Debut Single
Media Courtesy of Sneak Attack Media

Determined to set himself apart from the many other bands and artists launching their careers this year, Paris & London based artist/producer Frenchy B is preparing to release his debut single, "Homies."

Frenchy B grew up with parents who were established music promoters in Paris during the 90s. Together, they organized some of the most notorious and famous underground parties of the decade, hosting iconic DJs such as Armand van Helden and Daft Punk. Constantly surrounded by music and most certainly encouraged by his parents whose passion for the industry strongly reflects his own, it isn't perhaps that surprising that Frenchy now wants to leave his own impression on the music scene.

He fell in love with hip-hop at the tender age of eight and went on to attend the Westminster Kingsway Performing Arts School in London. Upon completion of his studies, Frenchy focused his attention on creating his own unique sound and style, recording music in several studios around France.

"Homies" is released this Friday, October 7th, but you can check out the video below, and Frenchy B will then follow the track up with his EP En Route on November 18th. The collection entwines a number of genres and was created with the help of engineer and mixer Ryan West, who has worked with Jay-Z and Eminem, among others.

All the songs on the collection are in French, which might not be to everyone's taste, but the EP most certainly showcases the best Frenchy B has to offer.

Check out the video for "Homies" below, and, for more information on Frenchy B, give his page a like on Facebook or follow him on Twitter and Instagram.


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